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December 24, 2008 > One up, one down for Fremont Christian

One up, one down for Fremont Christian

By Giovanni Albanese Jr.

Fremont Christian boys basketball got its dribble on twice last week - December 16 versus The Kings Academy and December 18 versus Redwood Christian - and came away with a win and loss.

In Fremont Christian's first game on Tuesday, Dec. 16, versus The Kings Academy, they were led by dominant play from sophomore shooting guard, Jeremiah Herzog, with 22 points. Also racking up double figures in scoring was senior team captain, Tony Husary, with 14 points. The Warriors of Fremont Christian held on to win, 54-46.

A jam-packed gym played witness to Fremont Christian's homecoming game versus Redwood Christian on Thursday, Dec. 18. The crowd was given a treat, as the game was tight throughout.

Jeremiah Herzog scored 18 points for the Warriors, who are becoming accustom to getting close to 20 points per game from the sophomore stud; Jericho Herzog helped clean the glass for the Warriors, bringing down 15 boards, along with his six points; and Chase Spitzer scored all of his six points in the final quarter, as well as dishing out seven assists.

However, it was the senior captain, Husary, who led the team down the stretch, with 14 second-half points. In total, Husary had a game-high 21 points.

Redwood Christian had a counter for all of Fremont Christian's punches, though. In the end, Redwood came away with the game, 55-53.

The boys from Fremont Christian will have some time to recover from the tough defeat against Redwood Christian. They next take the floor at the Liberty Classic Invitational, from Monday, Dec. 29, through Wednesday, Dec. 31.

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